A Polaroid Fotobar “micro-store,” where consumers can convert their digital photos into prints, artwork and other products, has opened in Westfield Galleria at Roseville.
It’s the Boca Raton-based company’s sixth California store and the first in the Sacramento area.
Inside the 300-square-foot, cube-shaped store, visitors can convert digital photos from smart phones, Facebook or Instagram into Polaroid pictures of various sizes. Photos can be transferred to frames, shadowboxes and cubes. Cameras and other photo accessories also are available.
The Polaroid Fotobar micro-store concept was launched in November in Culver City. For more information, see polaroidfotobar.com.
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